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Turnigy Micro Battery Box de charge

Turnigy Micro Battery Box de charge

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Turnigy rend micro batterie en charge un jeu d'enfant avec leur nouvelle boîte de charge Micro Battery. Ce petit chargeur à portée de main a dix sorties, avec cinq types de connecteurs de la batterie micro différents pour charger votre seule cellule de Lipo rapidement et facilement. Ne vous inquiétez pas avoir la mauvaise carte, la boîte de charge Micro Battery vous couvre pour la plupart des micro besoins. En plus des sorties pour vos micro Lipos, il dispose également de sorties USB 5V 1A double pour recharger votre téléphone intelligent ou d'autres périphériques USB. Pour la puissance d'entrée, le Turnigy MBCB dispose de connecteurs à double XT60 prêt à accepter votre lipo 3S 11.1V, ou avec un adaptateur, la puissance à partir d'une alimentation 12V. Le boîtier en plastique moulé robuste dispose également d'une housse de protection pour protéger les connecteurs de charge de la saleté ou des dommages pendant l'entreposage.

Simple Red et Green LED vous alerte de l'état de charge. Vous protéger est la protection de l'inversion de polarité. Si votre batterie d'entrée passe en dessous de 11V, LED vous alerte, et le chargeur se fermer à une puissance d'entrée 10.5V, la protection de votre chère 3S Lipo!

Caractéristiques:
• Dix sorties totales, avec cinq différents types de connecteurs - Pico, E-flite MCPX, JST, Walkera, Molex
• sorties USB double 5V 1A pour recharger les téléphones et les tablettes
• LED indiquent l'état de charge
• contrôle de charge intelligente pour protéger les batteries, éviter la surcharge et protection contre l'inversion de polarité sur chaque port
• Accepte 3S 11.1V Lipo comme puissance d'entrée, ou peut fonctionner à partir de 12V
• couvercle en plastique dur protège le chargeur lorsqu'il est stocké

Spécifications:
Puissance d'entrée: 12V Power Supply ou 3S 11.1V Lipoly
Max Courant de charge:
Pico - 240mA
E-flite / MCP-X - 500mA
Walkera - 420mA
Molex - 500mA
JST - 900mA
Tension de charge: 4.2V
Poids: 135g
Dimensions: 100 x 85 x 27mm

* Note:
La plupart jusqu'à manuel d'instruction de la date peut être trouvée dans l'onglet Fichiers.

  • UGS 9171000523-0
  • Brand Turnigy
  • Capacité ( mAh ) -
  • Poids 156.0000
  • Longueur 110.00
  • Packaging Width 30.00
  • la taille 90.00
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I bought this on the Black Friday sale. I don't use many 1s lipos, but at that price I couldn't turn it down. Honestly it is a pretty handy little charger for those kinds of things. It does have reverse polarity protection, which you will need as the walkera and molex can be plugged into each other. Honestly, though, I'd rather just have a portable USB charger and one of those multi chargers. They aren't as clean and pretty as this, but it's a more cost effective and useful setup.

My only real complaint is the questionable "feature" I've listed below.
" Accepts 3S 11.1V Lipo as input power, or can operate from 12V power supply" This means if you make an adapter, you can plug the charger into other batteries/wall power adapters...which I feel to be a rather underhanded thing to say, since that's how things work. I feel they need to rewrite that and simply omit the power supply bit. I bought this expecting to be able to plug in a standard power supply lead(the round 5.5OD and 2.1ID style). It mentions "Input Power: 12V Power Supply or 3S 11.1V Lipoly" in the specs as well. Further driving the questionable sales pitch point home. Sure, in the description it mentions "or with a adapter, power it from a 12V power supply", but anyone who's read the box of some battery powered thing, it says "adapter sold separately"

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I bought this on the Black Friday sale. I don't use many 1s lipos, but at that price I couldn't turn it down. Honestly it is a pretty handy little charger for those kinds of things. It does have reverse polarity protection, which you will need as the walkera and molex can be plugged into each other. Honestly, though, I'd rather just have a portable USB charger and one of those multi chargers. They aren't as clean and pretty as this, but it's a more cost effective and useful setup.

My only real complaint is the questionable "feature" I've listed below.
" Accepts 3S 11.1V Lipo as input power, or can operate from 12V power supply" This means if you make an adapter, you can plug the charger into other batteries/wall power adapters...which I feel to be a rather underhanded thing to say, since that's how things work. I feel they need to rewrite that and simply omit the power supply bit. I bought this expecting to be able to plug in a standard power supply lead(the round 5.5OD and 2.1ID style). It mentions "Input Power: 12V Power Supply or 3S 11.1V Lipoly" in the specs as well. Further driving the questionable sales pitch point home. Sure, in the description it mentions "or with a adapter, power it from a 12V power supply", but anyone who's read the box of some battery powered thing, it says "adapter sold separately"

Surprisingly well thought out and built with independent charge controllers for every outlet and a steal at the Cybersale $4 price!

However as often happens the HobbyKing labelling of small connectors is wrong.

The two outlets labelled JST-XH are not. They are Molex Picoblade 1.25mm connectors as used on all the small 1S 70-180mAh LiPos found in the Elite, Parkzone and Kyosha ultra micro planes. The instructions correctly identify the batteries with pictures, but the label on the charger and in the instructions is incorrect

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Surprisingly well thought out and built with independent charge controllers for every outlet and a steal at the Cybersale $4 price!

However as often happens the HobbyKing labelling of small connectors is wrong.

The two outlets labelled JST-XH are not. They are Molex Picoblade 1.25mm connectors as used on all the small 1S 70-180mAh LiPos found in the Elite, Parkzone and Kyosha ultra micro planes. The instructions correctly identify the batteries with pictures, but the label on the charger and in the instructions is incorrect

This is a nice little charger, especially if you have multiple different little 1S batteries to charge concurrently (rather than lots of the same connector type). With two USB ports on board, you can often add your original charger as well, to get 3 x batteries of the same type to charge at once. HOWEVER, this charger can be very frustrating when charging from a 12V lead-acid (car) battery, as it will NOT accept much higher than 12V as an input. My freshly-charged second battery in my car will output 13.0V and in doing so, put the charger into 'overvoltage' alarm and it will not work. I have to run my car fridge at the same time to drop the voltage down so that it will actually run! And you can forget about using this from a running car - which will output 13.4~13.6V from the cigarette lighter. I'm having to invest in a buck/boost voltage regulator to go in between my car and this charger to get the required 12V input and have it run reliably.

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This is a nice little charger, especially if you have multiple different little 1S batteries to charge concurrently (rather than lots of the same connector type). With two USB ports on board, you can often add your original charger as well, to get 3 x batteries of the same type to charge at once. HOWEVER, this charger can be very frustrating when charging from a 12V lead-acid (car) battery, as it will NOT accept much higher than 12V as an input. My freshly-charged second battery in my car will output 13.0V and in doing so, put the charger into 'overvoltage' alarm and it will not work. I have to run my car fridge at the same time to drop the voltage down so that it will actually run! And you can forget about using this from a running car - which will output 13.4~13.6V from the cigarette lighter. I'm having to invest in a buck/boost voltage regulator to go in between my car and this charger to get the required 12V input and have it run reliably.

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